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, how their marriage survived infidelity and tragedy. ever ladies and gentlemen, mike huckabee. >> mike: welcome to mike huckabee, we're coming to you from los angeles. callers to my radio show with not optimistic about the next four years with president obama at the helm. granted most of the listeners tend to lean conservative, but a term that i heard more than just once was that america was going to the dogs. i take strong exception to that. you see, tuesday, january 15th, my black labrador retriever jeb died as janet and i held him in our arms and he would have been 15 years old in april and i wanted to talk about it last week about it on the show and frankly didn't think i could without completely losing it. and we've had three wonderful dogs and jet was my inseparable companion, and my hunting and fishing companion and sat next to me during the books i've written and i don't think the country is going to the dogs, that would be a good thing, jet was good and kind to everyone, especially children, but if there were a hundred people in the room and they were holding out a steak and i
bowl ring, and abc7 news reporters wayne freedman and katie marzullo join larry and mike to bring the best coverage during the week during super bowl with live reports beginning monday morning. >> antioch school officials are warning parents after a stranger approached a child and tried to lure him in the car. parents were mailed a warning. a mother notified the school principal her son was approached by a man he did not know claiming he was sent by a family member to pick up the boy. the child said he did not know the man and ran away. abc7 news reporter will have a live report from the elementary school in 30 minutes. >> if san francisco, testimony is set to me begin today in the preliminary hearing for the couple accused of murdering calvin sneed, a 38-year-old muni driver and his wife face charges related to the shooting. he pimps out the couple's runaway daughter who is 17. the prosecution said he was trying to get the gill back -- the girl back. >> hearing was scheduled in oakland as a company tries to keep oyster farm at the point reyes national seashore officer closing ask
meteorologist, mike nicco, is here. smog? >> haze, fog, too much pollution possible, that is why it is another "spare the air" day. >> if you are tired of the rain, it is dry. we will show you how the clouds are breaking up, partly sunny to we mostly cloudy, enjoy the dry spell but we have limited visibility. santa rosa half a mile and down to 2 1/2 in hayward and concord and three in san jose and 3 at sfo where we still have some delays. poorest air quality is in the north bay but all of us are under the "spare the air" day so no burning of wood. down to the south, a system to the north and we are in between and one 8 bring another chance of rain in the weekend forecast with dames in a few minutes. >> thank you. today is a big day for 49er ticket holders who get their first look of tickets at the super bowl. they won the tickets in a lottery. now from candlestick park fans are picking up very expensive tickets. >> jealous. the ticket window opened at 9:00 this morning and more than 100 season ticket holders were lined up to buy their tickets. many are still here. for a lot of folks, it is sin
director larry beil and sports anchor mike shumann are in the big easy and wayne freedman will bring you the best coverage during super bowl week and tweet behind-the-scenes updates at abc7 news bay area, with a slide show of all the activity in new orleans on abc7news.com. >> there reports 49er quarterback something will seek his relief before free agency begins in man according to a website. he will earn $8.5 million for the upcoming season with $1 million guarantee now and the balance on april. it is widely believed the 49ers will trade him. a source says that me could seek release before the free agency so he can join any time he wants. it calculated risk because he could lose the $8.5 million if he would lose if he is traded with the contract. >> today, a group of senators from both sides of the aisle lay out their work for sweeping overhaul of the immigration system. including a pathway to citizen ship. >> it is a hot button issue coming to the forefront: immigration reform, a bipartisan group of senators, four democrats and four republicans, have unveiled a plan. >> we cannot go o
with katie and larry beil and mike shumann and wayne freedman are there to bring the best coverage during super bowl week. also, they will tweet behind the scenes updates at abc7 news bay area with a slide show of the activity in new orleans an abc7news.com. >> she had shrimp, po boy and seafood gumbo. >> organizers of san francisco's beta breakers race are scrambling to find new financing. now live to the city with more on that. amy? >> the vase in trouble and the clock is ticking. the race will start right here at howard on may 19. they have less than four months. according to the "san francisco chronicle", they are looking for a sponsor. the sponsor has dropped out and given no explanation publicly that the company refused to comment to the paper. this would have been their third year to sponsor the race. sources tell the newspaper that sponsorship costs the company anywhere from $250,000 to $500,000 and putting the race on costs about $1 million so it is expensive but it is very popular. this will be the 102nd beta breakers scheduled for may 19. the general manager of the race tells t
a live look outside at the san mateo bridge, traffic is moving fine and mike nicco has the full accweather forecast. could showers run? we will check with sue hall in the traffic center. >> crime scene tape surrounds las vegas after a disturbing 9-1-1 call that sent first >> welcome back at 6:10. our 24 temperature change, and there are evening exceptions, napa is five degrees cooler, but everyone else is the same if not warmer. that puts us frosty around fairfield at 31 and concord at 32 and everyone else in the upper 30's to low 40's. the next couple of days show showers possible tomorrow. cooler weather on thursday and friday. sue? >> good morning, mike. slow traffic north 101 in san jose beyond julian because of an accident on the shoulder. can you see speeds under 30 miles per hour. north 1121 at highway 116 in sonoma area an accident partly blocking the northbound lane of 121. seminary avenue at east 17th in oakland, ongoing police activity and investigation, asking you stay out of that area in the city of oakland. the bay bridge toll plaza shows metering lights on early a
it was a problem. >> could be more to it than that. >> we will dig into that. >> guilty. >> mike? >> hi, katie. >> niece to meet you. >> dialing in to the south where the rain is. you can see over san francisco, we are doing pretty good but there is residual moisture left on the roads and hanging in the area in the form of fog and mist now live doppler 7 hd shows the best radar runs to the south around monterey bay and creeping into the santa clara body which is as far north as it gets. when you go down 101 to morgan hill you will run into the wet weather. our temperatures are in the upper to low 50's, these are the latest temperatures from 47 in fairfield to 52 in oakland and san francisco and mountain view and half moon bay and headed to monterey bay with the rain temperature is 49 at watsonville and everyone else is 50 to 52 degrees. in the forecast cycle, we have a chance of a shower and it will taper headed into the evening hours patchy fog forming tonight and the next system brings us cooler weather saturday, sunday, and monday and a chance of scattered light showers today you can see th
of santa maria. nbc's mike taibbi reports. >> reporter: the kiss nightclub was packed with the usual saturday night crowd when at 2:00 in the morning, a disaster. the ground floor was filled with smoke. club security initially blocked several emergency exits, thinking patrons were leaving without paying and that left only a few ways out. in the ensuing panic, many victims were trampled, others died of smoke inhalation. witnesses told police the fire was sparked by a pyrotechnics show on stage, according to nick ravenskroft of itv news. >> the stunt on stage with the flare made the ceiling catch fire. >> reporter: whatever the precise cause, the fire spread incredibly quickly as the crowd struggled to find ways to safety. some clubgoers who did make it out, joined firemen and onlookers in their attempts to open new escape routes using sledge hammers and axes, but it was too late for many inside. does of victims were carried to arising ambulances, if they survived. santa maria's major trauma hospital was quickly overwhelmed. >> translator: the injured are scattered around the hospital.
holds a hearing on gun violence in washington this an. democrat mike thompson chairing the congressional gun violence prevention task force. the hearing today is to consider possible options for reducing gun violence while respecting the second amendment rights of law-abiding americans. >>> why don't we check the weather? >> it's about to change. we have nice weather and now a little bit of rain. >> dusting off that doppler. haven't been able to do that in a while. looks like we have some changes coming our way. some showers beginning to pop up outside at least in the north bay right now, check out the doppler radar and you can see some of that moisture headed in that direction. looks like things will slowly slide across the rest of the bay area today. i think even a better chance toward the afternoon. you can see all the clouds moving in across our skies. they have kept the temperatures fairly mild outside but we're waiting for the back side of the system when it moves through later today. that's when i think the rain will pick up.
, in 95 years. mike shumann has >> looking behind us at the bay bridge. it's sun my and crisp today. >> we picked up some rain along the san mateo coast. mt. tam nothing, but the monterey coast, .08. this weak system provided a few sprinkles, the chilly air and some snow. chain controls throughout the morning hours. we are looking live receipt now from mt. tam. boy, numbers drop around napa and the delta. 32 degrees this morning. mid-30s out towards our east bay valleys. right now really clear conditions. we will still keep the threat of showers mainly south from south of san jose, san mateo and cupertino. further south than that we have picked up some clouds and some sprinkles. right now in the sierra nevada we are looking at the snow winding down, but still around colfax definitely some travel troubles if you are headed up to the mountains. 43 right now in concord. on the other side of 40, but just 42 in napa. good morning, san francisco, 47 for you. it's just mid-40s for watsonville. we are definitely cooler, as much as 11 are december colder this morning in concord. and looking at four
bowl, sports director larry beil and former 49er super bowl player, mike shumann, will be there, wearing his own super bowl ring. monday morning, katie marzullo will begin reporting super bowl week live from new orleans and wayne freedman will report on the all the action. we will have updates on monday, as well. >> antioch school officials warn parents after a stranger approached a child and tried to lure the child into the car yesterday afternoon. it happened near the elementary school and parents were notified. a 5th grader was approached by a man he did not know claiming he was sent by a family member to pick up the boy. the child said "i don't know you" and walked away. amy will have a live report from the elementary school in 30 minutes. >> testimony is scheduled to begin in the preliminary hearing for the san francisco couple accused of murdering their daughter's pimp. last june, the man in southern california was fatally shot in the bayview district near candlestick park. the 38-year-old muni driver and his wife, 37-year-old, face murder and other charges related to the
and mike shumann has his own super bowl ring and is out there, as well, today. together they will bring you the best coverage all week long and we will be tweeting all of our behind the scenes updates at abc7 news bay area. >> new this morning, the san francisco race nope for its crazy costumes and inebriated runners has new trouble. amy joins us live from howard treats. this is just four months before the big race takes place. >> not good timing. the problem is there is not a lot of time to recover. according to the "san francisco chronicle", we they have dropped out as the sponsor and the redwood city company did not explain, saying "no comment" to the paper. this would have been their third year as a sponsor of the race, which has had recent troubles maintaining sponsorship. they were the 3rd sponsor in 10 years. it is expensive. it costs from $250,000 to $500,000. it is also a controversial race. residents have complained about the drinking on the race and what a nuisance it has become for the neighborhood. the general manager of the race down plays this saying that they will go on, wit
rain. dream no more. what mike has been talking about has come true. >> turn off the aerosmith record, the rain is here. no dreaming. in the south bay and they ride up the bayshore line and the heavier radar returns are offshore for the most part and are headed to mendocino county so a few sprinkles are possible. it is a "spare the air" day the eighth of the winter season. the not bay is supposed to have the poorest air quality today and the area most likely to see rain first because it sticks out further to the west where the rain is coming in. sprinkles for the morning commute and mild temperatures, and low-to-upper 40's at 7:00 and we will be in the low-to-mid 50's with more rain developing by noon and into the afternoon hours where we will top out in the upper 50's and this will translate over to light showers as we head through the evening and overnight hours but, still, mild, and the upper 40's to mid-50's for 7:00, with left over showers, cooler tomorrow, and a brief break on friday and the pa eastern changes when the next storm system comes in from alaska with cool showers pos
covering the ongoing threats from terrorists. first, let's get to mike emanuel on capitol hill. mike, in the late afternoon session and late in the day, some fireworks on the house side. >> shep, that's right. there was some bickering back and forth with democrats saying that funding for embassy security has been inadequate. republicans responded saying "you should spend your money on security and not on other things such as climate change." then there was this moment: >> there was a request made for more security and it was denied on june 7th. and so, madam secretary, you let the consulate become a death trap, and that's national security malpractice. you have said you take responsibility, what does responsibility mean, madam secretary? you are still in your job and there are four people at the department of state that have culpability in this that are still in their jobs. >> clinton says she takes responsibility but congressman duncan notes that some heads should have rolled, shep. >> shepard: we repeatedly heard questions today, mike, about why secretary clinton didn't speak direc
dillity and help. >> governor mike huckabee. welcome to huckabee. we are coming to you from los angeles tonight. this week callers to my radio show were not optmistic with four years of president obama at the helm. most of them lean conservative. but the term i heard was america was going to the dogs. i take strong exception to that. tuesday january 15th my black lab bradorjet died. he would have been 15 years old. i wanted to talk about it last week and i was afraid not to get through it without completely losing it we had three wonderful dogs. jet was my inseparable companian as a anniversary gift. he was my hunting buddy and fishing companion and sat next to me as i wrote the words of the book. i don't agree with those who say the country is going to the dogings. i wish it were. dogs are faithful . jet was good and kind to everyone. especially children f. there were a hundred people in the room and holding out a stake and i was standing there empty handed. he would come to me first. he didn't believe the nasty things people wte about me in the newspapers and blogs and never thought m
from south san jose beyond the scene. >> thank you, when we come back, mike nicco >> check out this beautiful picture from mount tamalpais with the sun coming through and languaging around, and stray shower possible from the ocean otherwise it will be nice. temperatures in the mid-30's to upper 30's under land and low-to-mid 40's around the bay and upper 40's in san francisco and half moon bay and >>> upping the fashion ante, as we count down to the oscars. that was last night's s.a.g. awards. all kinds of glitz and glamour on the red carpet. and where is jennifer lawrence? her dress caught all kinds of attention. there she is, getting the award right there. there we go. >> it's made like that. >> she hit a little button there? >> it's like -- it's called -- it could be a minidress or a full-length dress. >> yes. >> it's called keep your eyes on that screen. >> i thought she was beautiful. and one of the genuinely surprised winners. she looked really surprised and thrilled. and ben affleck, he looked surprised, too. >>> also this half hour, a question. is the show "american ido
you and take it beyond where you thought it should go. >> why did mike nichols choose you? >> long answer or short answer. >> long answer. >> i mean you obviously had talent but why did he choose you? because redford was sort of the model if you listened to the description of what benjamin was. >> it's in the book. >> yes. >> six feet, blond hair, blue eyes, member of the track team, debating squad. >> none of that is you. >> none, none, none. boston, program im, you know. i think he tested redford. he tested a lot of people over a period of a year and a half or something. and he was scraping the bottom of the barrel by the time he got to me. i don't think he knew anything about me. people said i was in a play-off broadway that got very good reviews. and i don't think he saw it i think he was told about it. so he sent it to me to read. and i read the script. and then i went and got the book and i read the book. and had a panic atta. i thought y are they ying to ruin my career, which is just beginning now. you know because i'm starting to get parts, character parts, you know, and he
of traffic there. eric? >> when we come back, our meteorologist, mike nicco, will >> welcome back. check out this beautiful such rise under the bay bridge for the next few minutes. our temperatures show frosty around santa rosa at 30. concord at 32. other temperatures are running 28 in fairfield, and 38 in san jose and 45 in oakland and 47 in san francisco. the frost is limited this morning. now, our highs. warmer than average at five to eight degrees, most of us in >>> watch this. high school wrestling match. >> oh, gosh. >> oh. >> right there. 80-pound light plunges from the ceiling, right in the middle of a match. and michael mccomish is okay. we're going to speak with him. he's right there. every time you see the light come down, you cannot believe it. >> the timing of it. >> unbelievable. >>> also coming up, prince harry is speaking out in an unprecedented interview on the front lines. he talks about what really happened in vegas. you see him, in the middle of the interview, having to run to duty. he's talking about what he wants in a girlfriend. very revealing. >> really opening up. >>
:00 this morning and moves to the house foreign affairs committee at 2:00. >> it is 4:36. >> mike talked of the possibility for the commute to be wet and some of us could see rain. we did not see any coming in. >> no, but it is noticeably warmer. >> refreshing change to walk outside and not freeze and not see ice on the car and not have to describe. we had rain reach sonoma county airport but that is the only reporting station that had anything that was measurable. this is headed from south to north so a very mild flow. temperatures are in the 40's and 50's. most of this rain you see right here looks impressive because it has oranges in it, and it will continue headed up to the north and miss most of sonoma county. here is the entire system, the low to the south is what will come up toward us and as we head through the day we will go from sprinkle to mild temperatures this morning, to rain developing in a lot of areas by noon with more rain by 4:00. we will have it taper to scattered showers headed into the evening and overnight. our temperatures today will be four to six degrees cooler
everybody was talking about all weekend. it's mike. he got a chance and he won it. $75,000 for a half-court shot during the miami heat game. and you wouldn't believe. he got up close and personal face time with lebron james. >> i know. >> we're going to talk to him. he's here this morning. good morning, mike. >> hey, mike. >> is he going to do it again for us? >> no pressure, mike. >> we'll try over the weather monitors, through the lights, and in. >> double or nothing? >> sure. >> and george can tackle him. >>> mary j. blige just walked in. >> you should see the shoes that mary is wearing. >> look at these shoes. >> wow. >> she is rockin' those shoes. >> yeah. >> star power, by the way. a lot of star power at "gma." >> they're telling a real-life story about two women behind two men we all know. >> great. >>> let's get started with the picture. show penelope cruz. you look real closely right there. she has what could be earrings. they look like beads. looking very closely right inside there. each one, they're acupuncture beads. each one targeting a specific condition. and rachel smit
about the issue on the phone a week ago. >> time for a check on the forecast. mike? >> checking out tweets and cold weather in new york, so cold the rails are snapping because of the tension induced by the coldness shrinking the rails. this cold air is bypassing us. the rockies protected us from the cold air spilling to us. we have had our fair share of cold air the last ten days with forecast each morning. this morning? not so were. clouds but in rain. from the southeast to the roof camera and to the port of oakland, you can see the north bay, where we have a better chance of sprinkles on 29, 112, 37, 101 and from novato and headed to sacramento. again, the bulk of the steady and heavy rain over the ocean in the form of yellow and oranges there. that will work its way eastward toward us so enjoy the dry weather while we have it. mid-40's to low 50's oakland and san francisco and half moon bay at 52 and the warm spot with mountain view at 50 and monterey at 51 and salinas at 52 and girl -- gilroy and santa cruz have a mild start. the scattered showers possible tonight through thursd
orleans, i'll be there with dennis o'donnell, vern glenn and mike sugarman, watch on cbs 5 on february 3. >>> the golden state warriors keep winning against the top team in the division, the los angeles clippers. racking up assists, he's had ten in the last few games. a pass in the fourth quarter, it looks good. the warriors won 106-99 for their third win over the clippers this season. our play of the day... winnipeg goalie on-drej pav-e-lec gets boston's pa >>> what a defensive gem for our play of the day, winnipeg's goalie says the save on the shot from boston's bergeron as he protected the goal, but the bruins beat the jets 2-1. >>> 625. a multi-million dollar repair job starts today on the bay bridge. >>> the president and first lady dance the night away, and now it's back to work in washington, and there's compromise in the air. >>> if you want super bowl tickets, we crunch the numbers, how much it's going to cost you if you want to go. you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have the wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-vers
. mike tobin is live. we understand te'o has spoken about this whole affair and will speak about it again sometime this week, right? >> reporter: nobody talks to plain old reporters anymore. katie couric managed to get on this one, right, with manti te'o and his parents scheduled to speak on her new talk show the parents say they want to talk because they feel like they were played during the course of this whole hoax as well. te'o already spoke in print off-camara, just in time for the information to slip into the weekend news cycle where it gets less attention. he said he was not in on it. clearly he inflated the story a few times but he said the entire hoax was executed by a man named rene yaw tuesday tuesday tuiasosopo. he was never really sure that the kakua was not real until tuiasosopo called him and apologized, martha. martha: wow, what a story this is. the pen believed behind this whole thing, tuiasosopo, you talked about, will we hear from him and his side of the story? >> reporter: it is interesting. his family is circled the wagons. they are lawyered up at a church operated by
, mike nicco you here is live doppler 7 hd showing a possibility of life rain headed to daly city and south san francisco and obviously to sfo moving south to north with the best radar returns over the ocean. i have light rain in the forecast headed from mid-morning to mid-afternoon and mid-40's to low 50's and >>> now i get a phone call on december 6th, saying that she's alive, and that i'm going to be put on national tv two days later. and they asked me the same question. what would you do? >> manti te'o sitting down with katie couric. right there, first time on camera. exclusively with katie. now more famous for the girlfriend that never existed than all of his exploits on the football field for notre dame. >> a lot of people looking forward to what he has to say. >>> also, was beyonce singing live or not? how the lip-sync controversy that is heating up right now could potentially affect her superstar career. >> people waiting for answers there. >>> and then we're going very, very up close and personal with tigers, like you have never seen them before. why their keepers went to
forty-niner mike will be there. mike will be bringing along the superbowl ring he ha has. wayne and katie join reporting. we'll tweet behind the scenes update for you on our web site. live reports from new orleans begin monday morning. >> still to come fit. elaborate rest caw for one very also and very lucky dog. >> plus the driving simulator getting the attention of bay area college students that offers really life lesson on the danger of texting and driving. >> woman horrified after burst pipe cause ceiling to collapse. >> drivers across the country have miserable day in the cold. stay with us. another half there's this island -- and it's got super-cute kangaroos. barrow island has got rare kangaroos. ♪ chevron has been developing energy here for decades. we need to protect their environment. we have a strict quarantine system to protect the integrity of the environment. forty years on, it's still a class-a nature reserve. it's our job to look after them. ...it's my job to look after it. ♪ so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nyl
down. mike pelton is at c c f to explain. >> the meeting is set for 430 this afternoon and in the wake of two important issues from the past couple of days. one is detailed improvements the school has made in the past several months as well as the closure plan that details what the school have to do if it is stripped of accreditation. this is after the accreditation committee found 14 violations last year. the colleges release of first drafted to reports that one report details the proved that the progress the college's made in the past few months. it is a requirement, the college has to do that and it is a worst-case scenario report. they must submit five out drafts of both reports and the committee will review them and decide the college's eight this summer. students here this morning hoping the school stays open. >> where am i gonna go if that happens? i can't go to other places, i live in the city. if they close the school and will be a huge problem for me. >> it will be a huge impact there all these people that go here. where we gonna go after? >> we're still several months away f
to the dynasty years, the last super bowl trip and win was in '95. mike sugarman reminds us what it was like to be a niners fan then. >> i just loved every minute of it. >> reporter: niner fans celebrated super bowl 29 wearing glasses as big as this. actually they'll be celebrating wearing the same big old glasses. they came back over 18 years. >> morning, everybody. >> reporter: last time we had a democratic president but one who enjoyed shooting guns. >> we all shot them with weapons, i might add. >> reporter: he showed off the latest gear in mack world in 1995 which included some pretty advanced games. yosemite sam was big, as were the computers you played it on. maybe you were typing an e-mail on aol, about the big storms. >> they had a lot of rainfall in california. >> reporter: david letterman was right. big storms and floods did a lot of damage. >> and today mayor rudolph giuliani, a very compassionate man wanting to do what he could to help. he air lifted 3000 of new york's finest squeegee guys out to los angeles. >> this case is about a rush t
at dodger stadium in 2011. >>> famous big wave surfer mike parsons is recovering from a broken neck he got while surfing. the bulletin reports he nearly drowned after slamming his head into the water while trying to catch a wave last weekend. he was wearing a flotaation device that saved his life. he is expected to make a full recover yes. >> the sharks are back on the ice in san jose and fans just couldn't be happier. fans cheered as the doors opened at hp last night and even bear hugged the team's mascot. a lock out kept them away for months. >> i waited like months for san jose to come back and play the home game. i'm so excited to watch. >> employees are also excited. their work hours were cut during the lock out. the sharks scored four goals in the third period to beat the coyotes. >>> people who work at restaurants in san francisco could get another payday. more than 50 restaurant owners are being targeted for charging extra fees to cover the city mandated health care coverage. the city claims only a third of that money actually went to medical costs. today san francisco city at
invisible measurement of 40 mike ron about the width of the smallest human hair. it shows engineers and can calculate for them whether external pipe corrosion is bad enough to make the pipe unsafe. >> because of the fact we are scanning 100 percent of the external corroded area you have a lot more data that you are collecting. especially if you go with the high resolution mode. >>reporter: conventional method involves taking chicken wire. painting a grid of 1 inch squares and using a manual tool to measure corrosion dept depth. >> using the laser scanner compared to conventional means would save literally hours and hours and hours. >>reporter: laser beam bounces off the round reflecttor.to measure the scanner relationship to the pipe sfachlts being tested and used in the field as part of pg&e regular pipe maintenance program. 2010 san bruno pipeline explosion was caused by the failure of old faulty weld never properly tested. 8 people were killed and 38 homes destroyed. it's unlikely that the laser scanner would have caught those internal shallow weld. it looks at exterior only. pg
they were selling subprime melt down, mike tyson knockout. they knew--they knew. how can the justice department possibly say oh, golly gee the bangers didn't know at all? >> here's the deal, there is nothing illegal about me selling you a bunch of crap. the crime is if i know that that stuff is crap, and i misrepresent it and warranty it as good. the banks certainly knew, and you're quoting the right stuff here. the morgan stanley story that broke today is evidence of this, that they knew the stuff was no good. but you have to then dig into the contracts and find out what they were representing the stuff to be. there were people out there willing to buy crap. on the other hand there were others who were being misled. there's a lot of talk of dumb money, muppets they're good suckers. some of these entities, whether they're pension funds hedge funds--new jerseyly not hedge funds. they're in a sophisticated category, but others, insurance companies, are coming forward and saying they were clearly defrauded. >> cenk: right that's the critical part of it, right? when they dig in with thei
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